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// Have you ever stopped to think about how visually impaired people surf the internet? They do it with the help of a feature called screen reader that reads each item on the page for the user. // Only, unfortunately, not all the content can be read by this feature. However, the Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind is going to help change that.
// Press play on the video and learn about The Hacker Spot project.

</the campaign>

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</Before, this was how a visually impaired person used to listen to web banners.
Activate your computer's screen reader or press play just below the banner.

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</Banner WITHOUT accessibility

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</Now, this is the way visually impaired people listen to the banners on Brazil's major news portals.
Activate your computer's screen reader or press play just below the banner.

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</Banner WITH accessibility

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</make an acessible banner>

// Now that you understand the project, check out how the programming
was done to turn an ordinary web banner into a space of inclusion. // Help make the internet even more accessible: learn and share
this tutorial.

</donate your space>

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</You can also donate your banner's space and contribute to help the messages of the
Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind reach more and more people. Just copy and
paste the text inside your banner's programming.

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</behind the code>

// Little by little, the accessible banners are impacting the life
of people with visual impairment who can now get access to
relevant content. // Press play on the testimonials and check out how
this change is making a difference.
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</A behavior change.>


// What does it take to make the internet more accessible to visually
impaired people? Ernesto Bernardes (Estadão), José Mendes (Estadão), and
Marcelo Binda (UOL) talk about the implementation of the feature from
the perspective of websites. // Press play on the testimonials and check out how this change is making a difference.
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</The inclusion of a visually impaired person..>


// Accessibility and the pursuit of an independent life.
Eliana Cunha (Dorina Nowill Foundation), and Irineu Cruz (Dorina Nowill Foundation)
talk about the importance of the project for visually impaired people. // Press play on the testimonials and check out how this change is making a difference.
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// Have you ever stopped to think about how visually impaired people surf the internet? They do it with the help of a feature called screen reader that reads each item on the page for the user.> // Only, unfortunately, not all the content can be read by this feature. However, the Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind is going to help change that.> // Press play on the video and learn about The Hacker Spot project.>

</the campaign>

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</Before, this was how a visually impaired person used to listen to web banners. Activate your computer's screen reader or press play just below the banner.
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// Banner WITHOUT accessibility>
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// Now, this is the way visually impaired people listen to the banners on Brazil's major news portals. Activate your computer's screen reader or press play just below the banner. // Banner WITH accessibility>

</make an acessible banner>

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// Now that you understand the project, check out how the programming was done to turn an ordinary web banner into a space of inclusion. // Help make the internet even more accessible: learn and share this tutorial.>
  • // Step 1: Create your web banner in the usual way by adding two clickTag variables as shown in the image. The clickTag2 will be used for accessibility. Create it as banner.html:
  • // Step 2: Create an index.html file with an iframe pointing to banner.html. You need to add some attributes to the iframe to configure the accessibility. Both banner.html and index.html must be in the same directory:
  • // Passo 3: Add the makeItAccessible() function to the banner's js (in this case, it's in midia.js):
  • // Step 4: After creating the makeItAccessible() function, run it before all the js for the banner:

</donate your space>

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</You can also donate your banner's space and contribute to help the messages of the Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind reach more and more people. Just copy and paste the text inside your banner's programming.>
  • </Institutional

    </Hello! This used to be a banner with no accessibility, but the Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind has turned it into a space of inclusion. Now people will be informed through the banners of this website about how to get into the job market, where to find rehabilitation courses, health tips, information about laws, lectures dates and cultural events. Press enter to visit the website and learn more about the foundation.

  • </Utility Services

    </Hello! This is the space of Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind. The law states that visually impaired people, even below the age of 18, are allowed to purchase a passenger's vehicle or a vehicle for mixed usage, nationally manufactured and exempted from paying IPI (a tax over industrialized products). Press enter to learn more about the rights you own.

  • </Health Tips

    </Hello! This is the space of Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind. Visit an ophthalmologist regularly. The ocular globe is an organ and even visually impaired people need to be careful not to get injuries or infections. Press enter and visit our website to learn more about this and other subjects.

  • </Dorina Courses

    </Hello! This is the space of Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind. To contribute to the inclusion and autonomy of visually impaired people, we provide courses and rehabilitation programs, special education, employability, and access to information. Press enter to visit our website and learn more.

  • </Dorinateca (Dorina Digital Library)

    </Hello! This is the space of Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind. Count on us to study or listen to a story. The Dorina Nowill Foundation produces and distributes audiobooks and DAISY materials (Digital Accessible Information System). And everything is stored at Dorinateca, our digital library. Press enter to learn more about our collection.

  • </Guide Dog

    </Hello! This is the space of Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind. Stay up to date: people who own guide dogs have the right to access and remain in any place, either public or private with collective access, such as buses, elevators, and restaurants. This is a right assured by law. Press enter to learn more about this and other rights you own.

  • </Become a Volunteer

    </Hello! This is the space of Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind. Become our volunteer. You can be an inspiration and help us transform the life of people with visual impairment. Press enter to visit our website and learn more about the activities you can collaborate.

  • </Motivational

    </Hello! This is the space of Dorina Nowill Foundation for the Blind. We have something interesting to tell you. In 2012, an American named Christine Hà became the first person with visual impairment to compete on and win the cooking reality TV show MasterChef. Another proof that, given the opportunity, visually impaired people can do whatever they want to do. Press enter to see other inspiring stories.

</behind the code>

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</Little by little, the accessible banners are impacting the life of people with visual impairment who can now get access to relevant content.> </Press play on the testimonials and check out how this change is making a difference.
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</A behavior change> // What does it take to make the internet more accessible to visually impaired people? Ernesto Bernardes (Estadão), José Mendes (Estadão), and Marcelo Binda (UOL) talk about the implementation of the feature from the perspective of websites. // Press play on the testimonials and check out how this change is making a difference.
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</The inclusion of a visually impaired person..> // Accessibility and the pursuit of an independent life. Eliana Cunha (Dorina Nowill Foundation), and Irineu Cruz (Dorina Nowill Foundation) talk about the importance of the project for visually impaired people. // Press play on the testimonials and check out how this change is making a difference.